Per the Governor's directive, the Newberry Opera House is closed –
All performances and tours are postponed through May 28, 2020 at this time. You can find an updated list of performances and dates HERE. The Box Office team can be reached at BoxOffice@NewberryOperaHouse.com, Emergency Contact: 803-597-1417. Help us raise the curtain again by donating. Stay safe, and we look forward to welcoming you home again soon!
This performance has been postponed based on recommendations to continue social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak. The Newberry Opera House anticipates rescheduling this event. Patrons with tickets to this performance will be contacted prior to the original show date. Please check out https://www.newberryoperahouse.com/blog/noh-covid19.html frequently for up to date information as things are changing rapidly. Thank you for your patience as we all navigate these uncharted waters together. The Newberry Opera House looks forward to seeing you very soon!
Known for his popular hits “Tie a Yellow Ribbon ‘Round the Ole Oak Tree,” “Knock Three Times,” “Candida,” “My Sweet Gypsy Rose” and “He Don’t Love You (Like I Love You),” Tony Orlando is a top-selling recording artist, songwriter, concert headliner, network television star, motion picture actor, Broadway performer and author.
Friday, June 5, 2020 at 8:00 P.M.
Standard price: $130.00 Tier 2
Standard price: $120.00 Tier 3
Standard price: $110.00
Long before “Tie a Yellow Ribbon (Around the Old Oak Tree)” was Nancy Reagan’s favorite song, Tony Orlando was hired by Dan Kirshner as a Brill Building songwriter. Clive Davis would recognize his talent and hire him at Columbia where he would become VP of Columbia/CBS Music signing artists such as Barry Manilow and working with artist like James Taylor and The Grateful Dead.
Then, Orlando, who had help record demos for years decided to record under the name "Dawn" and the rest is history. Orlando has sold millions of records, released many top 40 hits, including 5 number one hits.
**Please note that The Righteous Brothers, who were originally to play on June 5 had to cancel their visit to Newberry in June. We hope to have them back in the future.**